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Free MPRE Study Schedule to Maximize Your Chances of Passing the MPRE

mpre study scheduleFree MPRE Study Schedule to Maximize Your Chances of Passing the MPRE

The MPRE is broken down into several sections. Each MPRE topic is allocated a certain amount of weight. You can see the MPRE topics and the percentage that each one is worth below. The MPRE schedule that we made is divided into five parts. You will cover roughly 25% of the potentially covered material in the first four parts. The last part of your MPRE study schedule consists of taking a practice exam composed of released questions and continuing memorization. Continue reading

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How I Graduated As the #1 Law Student from Wayne State University Law School

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from Wayne State University Law School

My decision to go to law school was not the most mature or well thought out decision. I chose to go to law school because everyone in my family was either a doctor or studying medicine and I wanted to do something different.  I did not have any lawyers in my family and I thought law school would be interesting. I had absolutely no desire to practice law. And I had absolutely no idea what I was going to do with a law degree. Continue reading

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Free eBook For Law Students

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Free eBook for Law Students: “Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Excel in Law School Exams”

JD Advising’s free ebook, “Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Excel on Law School Exams” was written by Ashley Heidemann, who graduated as the #1 law student. It is geared toward law students looking to start preparing early in their semester. As law students begin their second semester, they are often looking to tweak their study habits. Now that they have been through a round of exams, they are starting to realize what works and what doesn’t. In our ebook, we give you five tips to help students start preparing early. If you’re looking to modify how you studied and prepare for final exams, this book is for you.

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Second Semester Law School Tips

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In this post, we discuss some critical second semester law school tips! Many students do not get the grades they want the first semester. The good news is, there is plenty of time to improve your grades during the second semester of law school.  Here are a few of our best second semester law school tips. Continue reading

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Legal Job Search Strategies: Judicial Clerkship

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Legal Job Search Strategies: Judicial Clerkship

Obtaining a judicial clerkship can be a valuable experience to include on a legal resume. Judicial clerkships typically teach research and writing skills, usually at appellate-level courts, and provide exposure to the courtroom, usually at the trial level.  There are federal clerkships  and state clerkships. Federal clerkships are considered more prestigious than state clerkships, but both provide great opportunities to develop legal research, writing, and lawyering skills.

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Law Schools Nationwide Continue to Work With JD Advising

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Law schools across the nation are working with JD Advising in various capacities. Some law schools formally offer a bar prep program through JD Advising, and give their students the opportunities to attend our seminars, speeches, get graded essay feedback and receive our books. Others require our materials or outlines be used in their bar prep courses or work with us on providing discounts to their students. Continue reading

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Taking the July 2018 Bar Exam? Don’t Miss Out on our Early Bar Prep Tips!

JD Advising early bar prep email campaign, early bar prep seriesLooking to start studying early for the July 2018 bar exam? Sign up for JD Advising’s FREE Early Bar Prep Email Campaign for tips to help you prepare early for the bar exam!

If you want to do everything you can to maximize your chances of passing the July 2018 bar exam, sign up today for our JD Advising early bar prep email campaign. We give you our best bar exam tips once a week, all completely free.

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How to Start Studying for the Uniform Bar Exam Early!

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How to Start Studying for the Uniform Bar Exam Early: If you are taking the Uniform Bar Exam, you may wonder who you can start studying for the Uniform Bar Exam early. Many students want to start early for a variety of reasons. Maybe you did not do well in law school. Maybe you graduated from law school several years ago so are not as “tuned up” on the law. Or maybe you are just anxious about the bar exam and want to make sure you pass it the first time you take it! Continue reading

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